Approaches for Student-Centred Teaching
@"Some Students Cannot Join in Groups" 
@"Groups Are Too Large"  
@"Orientation is Not Clear"  
@"We Need More than a Discussion"  
@"Meddlesome" 
@"Irrelevant Acts during Group Discussion" 
@"Lack of Time Allocation Instructions" 
@"Not Doing Homework" 
@"Aggressive Comments"  
@"Inadequate Comments"  
 

We produced two video series eApproaches for Student-Centered Teachingf and eAstounding DON'TS during Universityf. These were products as part of the FD (Faculty Development)programs granted to Yamagata University as one of the selected program s in fPrograms for High-Quality University Educationf by the Ministry of Education ,Culture, Sports and Technology in Japan.

Astounding DON'TS during University Lectures
@"A Flood of Information" 
@"Teacherfs Timekeeping"  
@"A One-Way Street"  
@"Don't Vent Your Anger on Us"  
@"Overwriting" 
@"The Back Seats are Occupied" 
@"Non-Interactive Class" 
@"Boasting of One's Family" 
@"Looking Down on Students"  
@"A Quiet Person"  
 
eAstounding DON'TS during University Lecturesf provides various information. Through this video, teachers can
discuss how to improve lectures each other.
Approaches for Student-Centred Teaching
Astounding DON'TS during University Lectures
eApproaches for Student-Centered Teachingf aims to provide useful information about active learning.
Teachers can discuss ho to practice collaborative learning, student-centered learning, and problem-based learning.

The story and characters portrayed in this production are fictitious.Noidentification with actual groups and persons is intended or should be inferred.
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